KU Paper Airplanes

These birds are lean and loaded and ready to take off. Just click on a download below to send him soaring to your computer. Print him out in full crimson and blue and fold him up for flight. The instructions are right where you need them on the bird - no unfolding necessary between steps. HawkAir and SpaceHawk like to fly best when launched straight ahead, on the level. No need to throw him hard but don't be surprised if he dive-bombs if he spots a Tiger or a Wildcat.

Download HawkAir!

(300KB PDF)

HawkAir Jayhawk Paper Airplane

Download SpaceHawk!

(416KB PDF)

SpaceHawk: The Steven A. Hawley Paper Shuttle

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